Pianists are perhaps the hardest musicians to shoot: you want to have the face, the hands and the keyboard in the frame, and that’s damn hard. This shot of French jazz pianist Laurent deWilde was probably my first successful pianist shot.
I don’t own a super wide-angle lens, but the friend I was walking around Paris with that night does, and he lent it to me for this shot of the Pyramid. It’s a classic shot, but I have to confess it’s effective…
I don’t consider landscapes to be my strong suit when it comes to photography. Don’t get me wrong, I love getting up before dawn to trek to a cool spot where you expect a sunrise to provide you with great photo opportunities, and occasionally I’ve been able to produce such glorious shots, but I don’t [...]
I am sometimes astounded at what a pesly little smartphone can produce provided you have enough light. This is an iphone shot, from the side of an Airplane (which won’t surprise you). It’s quite abstract, but intriguing all the same.
Stavänger in Norway is a beautiful little seaside town, and the Valberget is one of its high points.
Early evening over Victoria Harbour in Hong-Kong. Now you know why everybody you see on the shore after 6 PM carries a tripod.
Umphrey’s McGee’s Brendan Bayliss backlit. Probably one of the most original concert shots I’ve done.
I only spent little time in Washington DC, but as soon as I saw that arcade at Union Station I knew I had to shoot it (and I wasn’t the only one…)
I’ve recently begin to purchase old cameras at flea markets to use as photographic subjects. I’ve tried a few, but my fun is really in looking at them as objects of a bygone era. This one was the first shot in that series and (still) is my favourite.